#ThrowbackThursdays: Junior M. A. F. I. A., Drops Debut Album "Conspiracy" In 1995

HipHop News Posted on August 29, 2019 at 2:30am

#ThrowbackThursdays: Junior M. A. F. I. A., Drops Debut Album "Conspiracy" In 1995

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August 29, 1995 – Formed by The Notorious B. I. G. in the mid-90s, Junior M. A. F. I. A. was the union of different growing Brooklyn rappers and/or DJs, including Lil' Caesar, Bugsy, Capone, Chico, Nino Brown, cousins Larceny and Trife, MC Klepto, Mr. Bristal, Chico Del Vec and Lil' Kim.

With Biggie as its not official from "the godfather", the group released their inaugural album to the Conspiracy on August 29, 1995, less than a year after Biggie Ready Or Die dominated the Billboard charts. The 15-track effort featured production from DJ Clark Kent, EZ Elpee, Daddy-O, Akshun, and Special education..centered-ad {

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At launch, the Conspiracy debuted at number 8 on the Billboard 200, selling roughly 70,000 copies in its first week (that's actual physical albums). The project was eventually certified gold by the RIAA.

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The Hot 100's Top 20 success of the Conspiracy of the single "Player's Anthem" and "Get Money" helped launch Ki

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